Real Madrid have unveiled their new goalkeeper Andriy Lunin.
Lunin, 19, joined the Spanish giants from Zorya Luhansk on a six-year deal.
The club in a statement said, “The European champions have secured the signature of a young but experienced custodian who has already been capped by the senior Ukrainian national side, having made his bow in an encounter against Saudi Arabia.
“He was handed his top-flight debut with Dnipro in the 2016/17 campaign, before moving to Zorya Luhansk the following season.
” Lunin, who has racked up over 40 appearances in the Ukrainian Premier League, showed signs of his ability in last season’s Europa League.
“His stellar performance in his side’s victory over Athletic at San Mamés saw him clinch a place in UEFA’s Team of the Week.
Madrid have been linked to the signing of Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois as they seek to get a back up for Keylor Navas who has been between the sticks for the Los Blancos since the departure of Iker Casillas.